this is some very good information. thank you to whoever took the time to make this.
this is a great way to learn some good information. thank you
i never knew any of this so thank you for putting up the helpful information that is cool to see and learn about
yes i agree with you abc123 and thank you to whoever took their time to put this up for everyone to learn a little bit
i can use this in my schoolpaper…..thank you so much for the info
very interesting to kn0w…thANkS!!!
Thank you for the information. I hope that people outthere get their heads out of the clouds and see for themselves what is about to happen to the human race.
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i agree with yourmom
Viral infections in animals provoke an immune response that usually eliminates the infecting virus. These immune responses can also be produced by vaccines, which give immunity to specific viral infections. However, some viruses including HIV and those causing viral hepatitis evade these immune responses and cause chronic infections. Microorganisms also have defences against viral infection, such as restriction modification systems.
Antibiotics have no effect on viruses, but a few antiviral drugs have been developed. However, there are relatively few antivirals because there are few targets for these drugs to interfere with. This is because a virus reprograms its host’s cells to make new viruses and almost all the proteins used in this process are normal parts of the body, with only a few viral proteins.
uhhhmm this was really boring..kthnxbai
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